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How do you create a Java Implementing a Queue with a  Singly Linked  List?
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Where is your attempt?
What problems are you encountering?
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Create a Node class then create your Queue class and make it use a LinkedList of Nodes.

A queue has two important operations: enqueue and dequeue. Remember, a Queue works as a FIFO store, First-In-First-Out.

This sounds like homework though so you should try to work through it. It's pretty simple. Remember, in a LinkedList the Node will have 2 data members a Node representing the next node and the actual data object.  Your LinkedList will need to maintain a refernce to the "head" of the list.
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